I Forgot What I Was Going To Say

I Forgot What I Was Going To Say

1 on 1 Conversations with Matt Siegel

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January 20, 2022 15 min
Charlie Puth talks to Matt about the next phase of his career, following the release of his new song “Light Switch” and how he’s embracing his “quirky dorkiness.” Matt also tries to fix him up with his daughter’s friend.
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Matty’s longtime friend Joey McIntyre of New Kids on the Block talks about getting his big break at 15, buying his first mansion at 18, touring the world, frustrations on season one of Dancing With The Stars, performing on Broadway and… the time him and Matty almost got into a fist fight on the golf course!
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Matt talks sports with Boston Globe sports columnist, author, and BBWAA Career Excellence Award winner Dan Shaughnessy. Matt goes to bat for “Big Papi” David Ortiz.
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Matt talks to Tom Bergeron to find out what was really going on behind the scenes of Dancing with the Stars before Bergeron’s exit.
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December 9, 2021 35 min
Conversation with the star of HBO's "The Great Depresh."
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